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120WaterAudit Provides a New Solution to Clean Water

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Water monitoring technology aiming to provide water quality professionals and government officials an experienced and focused team of experts, research, and best practices that they can rely on

120WaterAudit has been working on ways to help communities stay safe by modernizing technology and water sources.

120WaterAudit is a cloud based software and managed services company that helps customers plan, manage and execute water quality and infrastructure programs at the point of use.

120WaterAudit works with various cities and schools to modernize water technologies and ensure water safety.

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The company software tools provides utilities and others an all-in-one solution for managing drinking water programs at scale, using a mix of data integration and reporting tools, supported by an effective cloud-based management.

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Digital Water Company 120WaterAudit Secures $7M Series A to Help Industry Professionals Manage Water Programs

120WaterAudit, the cloud-based water software platform, announced $7 million in Series A funding, led by HG Ventures — the corporate venture arm of The Heritage Group, partnering with innovative, high-growth companies to support a sustainable future — with participation from Allos Ventures and Greenhouse Capital. Funds will be used to enhance 120WaterAudit’s Digital Water Cloud platform and rapidly expand sales and marketing.

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This Founder Couldn't Find an Affordable Way to Test Drinking Water After the Flint Crisis, so She Created One

Megan Glover co-founded 120 Water Audit to develop more affordable consumer water testing kits. Now the company also tests and manages drinking water programs for government agencies, public water systems, schools, and other facilities. 120 Water Audit is a leader among a growing group of startups serving utility companies and government agencies that have been forced to update systems and respond to growing consumer concerns in the wake of crises like those in Flint.

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120WaterAudit Wins Global Pitch Competition

Zionsville-based 120WaterAudit LLC is adding to its list of accolades. The cloud-based water testing and services platform took the top prize in a pitch competition as part of the ImagineH20 global accelerator, which featured a dozen other companies from five countries. Megan Glover, founder and chief executive officer of 120WaterAudit, says being able to present in front of 30 industry professionals in San Francisco was a huge boon for her company.

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120Water Audit - How it works

The video explains about the risk of lead in drinking water and how 120Water Audit is helping to solve this issue.

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This Founder Couldn't Find an Affordable Way to Test Drinking Water After the Flint Crisis, so She Created One

Megan Glover's water testing startup has seen a rise in business thanks to the Flint water crisis and consumer demand for more transparency.

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Fort Wayne collects & tests more than 900 consumer samples in 5 months

A case study on how 120Water Audit helps the City of Fort Wayne to test 1000 locations to map high-lead neighborhoods for their LSLR program. They faced numerous challenges in the process: logistical problems in manually dropping of kits, low return rates, and the struggle to get opt-ins for the LSLR program - all on top of being understafed.

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120WaterAudit Continues Pattern of Growth

The chief executive officer of Zionsville-based 120WaterAudit LLC says the company is growing its national profile as it grows locally. Megan Glover says high-profile recognition like last year's victory in the Indianapolis version of the Rise of the Rest pitch competition and being featured earlier this year in California Sunday Magazine have been door-opening developments for the water quality testing and infrastructure software provider. She says sales are currently growing at a rate of about 300 percent year-over-year. In an interview on Inside INdiana Business with Gerry Dick, Glover discussed opportunities sparked by Rise of the Rest.

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